John Iuculano, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology

Dr. Iuculano was born 1949 Brooklyn, New York and raised in Hackensack ,N.J.  He worked as a professional musician before working as an insurance underwriter. He went to school from 1973 to 1990 at night to get his degrees.

Field of Interest

Philosophical Psychology; Social Psychology; Psychology of Learning

Courses Taught at Felician College

PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology
PSY 105 Lifespan Development
PSY 290 Social Psychology
PSY 301 Educational Psychology

Publications

The relevance of the metaphysics of Ortega Y Gasset for Psychology.
Iuculano,J. & Abaunza, G. (2006), Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology.
Metaphysics and psychology: A problem of the personal.
De Robertis E. & Iuculano,J. (2005). Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology.
The humanism of Sartre: Toward a psychology of dignity.
Iuculano,J. & Burkum, K. (1996), Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology.

Education

Ph.D. Rutgers University 1990
M.A .Psychology Montclair State University 1986
B.A. Psychology William Paterson University 1976

Positions Held

Felician College, Assistant Professor to Professor (1990-Present )
Rutgers University, Adjunct Instructor (1988-1990)